From Tammy Torelli, Job Corps Admissions Officer for Nassau and Suffolk County:
Job Corps Admissions
Nassau & Suffolk County
Job Corps is pleased to announce that we have begun student enrollments again on a full time basis. There have been some changed in Job Corps and they have made our program stronger and more competitive.
Job Corps offers leading training and certifications at no cost to the student or families. I am asking that you help me to find youth who would benefit from this opportunity. We are able to help students of varied life paths find their way to training and education. Please keep in mind that I am looking for individuals who are ready to move away and live in a dorm for the about 12 months it will take to complete our training and certification process. I am currently looking for students who meet one or more of the following criteria.
*An individual who desires training after graduating from high school
*An individual who has educational and training needs that are not met by traditional high school
*Individuals who have few credits and are unlikely to graduate on their current educational path
*Individuals who are motivated to success and can achieve it with the guidance of Job Corps
Job Corps operates 12 months a year with continuous enrollment as space becomes available. I have attached our current trade offerings for your review and distribution to interested families and students.
Please contact me with questions or to come and visit your school to discuss the changes which have occurred in Job Corps.
Orientation is on Wednesday 12:45- address 18 Railroad Ave, Patchogue NY
Individual must bring at least id for the orientation.
Job Corps tiene el placer de anunciar que hemos comenzado inscripciones de estudiantes de nuevo en una base a tiempo completo. Ha habido algunos cambiós en Job Corps y lo han hecho más fuerte y más competitivo.
Job Corps ofrece entrenamiento de liderazgo y certificaciones sin costo para el estudiante o familias. Le pido que me ayudes a encontrar a los jóvenes que se beneficiarían de esta oportunidad. Estamos en condiciones de ayudar a los estudiantes de diversos caminos de vida a encontrar su camino con la formación y la educación. Por favor, tenga en cuenta que estoy buscando personas que están dispuestos a alejarse y vivir en una residencia para aproximadamente 12 meses que tomará para completar el proceso de capacitación y certificación. Actualmente estoy buscando a estudiantes que cumplan con uno o más de los siguientes criterios.
* Una persona que desea la formación después de graduarse de la escuela secundaria
* Una persona que tiene necesidades educativas y formación que no son satisfechas por la escuela secundaria tradicional
* Las personas que tienen pocos créditos y es improbable que graduarse en su trayectoria educativa actual
* Las personas que están motivados para éxito y puede lograrlo con la guía de Job Corps
Job Corps opera 12 meses al año con la matriculación continua como haya espacio disponible. He adjuntado nuestras ofertas comerciales actuales para su revisión y su distribución a las familias y estudiantes interesados.
Por favor, póngase en contacto conmigo con preguntas o para venir a visitar su escuela para discutir los cambios que se han producido en Job Corps.
La orientación es el miércoles 12:45 – Dirección 18 Railroad Ave, Patchogue NY
La persona tiene que traer por lo menos id para la orientación.
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Jobs in Brentwood, NY. Don’t forget to visit our website, and see our links titled “Jobs in Brentwood”. They are automatically set to find the most recent open Full-Time positions in Brentwood. Need help creating a resume or cover letter? Or maybe you’re not sure how to apply online? Come in to the library and talk to us! / Empleos en Brentwood, NY. No te olvides de visitar nuestra página web, y ver nuestros enlaces titulado “Trabajo en Brentwood”. Ellos se ajustan automáticamente para encontrar los más recientes puestos a tiempo completo abiertos en Brentwood. ¿Necesitas ayuda para crear un currículum o carta de presentación? O tal vez usted no está seguro de cómo aplicar en línea? Ven a la biblioteca y hablar con nosotros!
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We spoke with a bunch of hiring managers and asked them to reveal their toughest interview questions.
Prepare to answer these tough interview questions before your next big job interview:
6 Tough Interview Questions Revealed by Employers | Careerbliss
Going to an interview soon? Not sure what type of questions that they’ll ask? Don’t get blindsided! Take a look at this article by Careerbliss that breaks down the hardest interview questions asked by Hiring Managers and Human Resources Professionals. The more prepared, the better your chances are at getting your dream job!
Books about Interviewing @ Brentwood Library:
101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions
How To Say It: Job Interviews
Don’t Blow the Interview: How to prepare, What to Expect, and how to React
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So, how, exactly, do you do this? Here’s the advice I offered to the yoga teacher turned real estate advisor turned HR person.
How to Explain Your Winding Career Path to a Hiring Manager (Daily Muse)
How would you explain a career change to Hiring Managers during an interview? If you need help, this article, brought to you by theDailyMuse, can help you explain why you’re best qualified for the job.
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In fact, what matters most to applicant tracking systems is the uniqueness or “rarity” of the keyword or the keyword phrase, says Ciampi. That is, the keywords and phrases must be specific to a particular job ad. Applicant tracking systems, which “see” all job ads a company has ever published, determine which keywords and phrases in a specific job ad are unique to that job ad, says Ciampi.
Jon Ciampi, CEO of Preptel, explaining how Applicant Tracking Systems Work (Career Geek Blog)
If you’ve applied online to anywhere from a local small business to a major multinational employer, you have used an Applicant Tracking System. It is a complete break from the past and a new way to select employees. Want to know how it works? Click on the link to see how you can avoid being part of the 75% of applicants that are automatically rejected by this new method of hiring employees. This link by Cio.com will also give you 5 Insider Secrets for optimizing your resume for an ATS. A major difference: Cio.com recommends making your resume longer than a page.
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these interview mistakes certainly aren’t the most common ones around but they are definitely the most ridiculous and memorable.
5 Ridiculous Things Not to do in an Interview (Doostang.com)
These tips should go without saying, but bear reiterating: Don’t Be Rude to the interviewer, Don’t wear inappropriate clothing (Click here to get tips on How to Dress for an Interview), Don’t bring your criminal record with you, don’t get too comfortable with the interviewer, and don’t go to your interview if you are noticeably sick. Also, don’t talk badly about your previous employment. Stay positive!
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“Why do you want to work here?”
6 Tough Interview Questions Revealed by Employers – Careerbliss.com
Careerbliss.com came out with a post today listing 6 Tough Interview Questions Revealed by employees, and how to prepare for them. Questions such as the one listed above, as well as salary, relationships with co-workers and your learning curve are all covered in this post. They not only answer why a hiring manager would ask these questions and what type of answer they want, but how you could mentally prepare to answer these difficult questions. Make sure to keep these questions in mind before your next interview!
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I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen a recruiter have a “light” day. Phones are constantly ring off the hook, e-mails flood in, daily status meetings interrupt the day, and screening candidates is more than time consuming. For most recruiters, this is their day-to-day.
Many recruiters do a job that could truly require the help of three people. With all those disruptions occurring, it can take a bit longer than you would like for them to pull your resume, review and communicate.
If you’ve decided to go through an agency to help you find a job, your frustration levels may be high due to the inability to get in contact with a job recruiter. Written from a Recruiter’s point of view, 5 Things Recruiters Wish Job Seekers Knew About Them lets you know what the day in the life of a Recruiter is. Understanding the way a recruiter spends their day can give you a competitive advantage in landing your next job (or becoming more aggressive in your job search).
Books about Recruiters/Recruiting:
Power Interviews: Job-winning tactics from Fortune 500 recruiters - Neil Yeager
Unbeatable Resumes: America’s Top recruiter reveals what really gets you hired – Tony Beshara
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Remember that an interview is a two-way conversation. For you, the interview has three purposes, in the following order of importance:
One, to sell yourself,
Two, to evaluate the position, and,
Three, get their commitment for (or at least establish their desire for) the next step in the process (whatever it is)
Don’t forget to ask questions during your job interview, for the following reasons above. Pohly’s Net Guide has a listing of important job questions you can ask during the job interview, in case you’re stuck and not sure what to ask. As always, make sure to tailor the questions to your job search and functions. A question such as, “Are any acquisitions, divestitures, or proxy fights on the horizon?” may not be appropriate for certain types of jobs. As always, use common sense and don’t think of asking questions as a bad thing.
P.S. Pam Pohly’s website also has a listing of resources for workers in the medical profession. Take a look at the resources they have to offer.
Books about Interviewing:
Barrier-Breaking Resumes & Interviews – Jumping the Hurdle of Unemployment - Anita Doreen Diggs
No Nonsense Job Interviews : How to Impress prospective employers and ace any interview – Arnold Boldt
Sweaty Palms : The Neglected Art of Being Interviewed – H. Anthony Medley
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